From the beautiful Broad Street Station to the original Rodef Shalom Synagogue.
The renderings for Next LVL show what the residential building may look like.
Developer Ori Feibush said he has tried to save parts of the factory
The project calls for single and multi-family homes
The church was built in the 1880s
It was built in 1874 and added to the register of historic places
The new project is planned next to the Chocolate Factory development
There have been a lot of changes in the past few years
Homes, a restaurant, and a grocery store are planned for the space.
The site at 1224 Frankford Avenue could be turned into a boutique hotel.
The historic church was torn down in July before it changed hands.
The third phase of the $30 million project near Temple brings affordable rental homes to North Central Philly.
The decision to tear down the church has been the focus of a lot of controversy over the last year.
For retail and homes
Once part of "Automobile Row"
The church will be razed to make way for the homes
Once at risk of demolition, the award-winning Morton Weiss House designed by Louis Kahn is still intact after neighbors rallied against a proposed senior housing development on the site.